BASSETT marriages 1881-1890 Victoria Australia
BASSETT marriages 1881-1890 Victoria Australia.
married: 1882 Kate EGAN.
married: 1883 Mary Julia COURTNEY.
married: 1883 Elizabeth LEE.
married: 1884 Mary MORGAN.
married: 1884 Emma WALKER.
married: 1885 Mary Ann POPPLE.
See Post: BASSETT John married Mary POPPLE 1885
married: 1885 Mary Ann HAWKINS.
married: 1886 Susan Catherine PROUSE.
married: 1886 Annie MORRISSEY.
married: 1889 Mary Fishwick STEAD.
married: 1889 Sarah Hannah Winifred BRYANT.
married: 1890 Mary HALEY.
married: 1890 Mary Sarah HOCKING.
married: 1890 Emily Eleanor ATCHISON.
married: 1890 Hannah LORD.
married: 1881 John William MCKENZIE.
married: 1882 Thomas Minors WALLIS.
married: 1882 Clifford JENKIN.
married: 1882 William Frederick WILLS.
married: 1882 John Graham LYDE.
married: 1883 Walter Price HOWGATE.
married: 1884 Henry BRAYN.
married: 1884 Thomas MACFARLANE.
married: 1885 Henry DEVENPORT.
married: 1885 Henry DRURY.
married: 1885 Thomas Henry HARRIS.
married: 1885 Benjamin Angel FRYER.
married: 1885 Jesse Dexter CRAWFORD.
married: 1885 James RULE.
married: 1886 Thomas HENDERSON.
married: 1886 Ambrose Pain RANDELL.
married: 1886 Henry Scoble EVANS.
married: 1886 James DERRICK.
married: 1887 William SHILTON.
married: 1888 Albert George RAINS.
married: 1889 William John ELLIOTT.
married: 1889 Frederick William Leslie ULBRICK.
married: 1890 John WHITE.
married: 1890 William THIES.
Mary Ann Tudor
married: 1890 John Henry BRESNEHAN.
married: 1890 James BEAUCHAMP.
Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the BASSETT lines.
BASSETT marriages (males) 1845-1880 Victoria Australia
BASSETT marriages (females) 1852-1880 Victoria Australia
BASSETT Richard married Anne MALE 1859
on 2013-02-21 03:06:56
tonkin lives in Victoria, Australia.
Journals are intended to assist new members locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected or advised.